How to Get Relief from Seasonal Allergies

How to Get Relief from Seasonal Allergies

Runny nose. Itchy, watery eyes. Hives. All of these symptoms are quite familiar to seasonal allergy sufferers, who weather through stretches of pollen and mold-filled air many months of the year. 

Even when the seasons don't produce problems, animals, dust mites and allergens living within your home can pick up the slack. What measures can you take to put an end to these problems?

On our latest episode of Chat with the Experts, we talk with Dr. Scott Phillips of the Center for Ear, Nose, Throat and Allergy in Indianapolis about how to identify your allergy problems, why you should get tested, and what treatment options are available.

During the discussion, Dr. Phillips also offers simple suggestions for avoiding allergens in your home environment and explains the difference between allergy shots and allergy drops. Listen in!

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Additional Resources:

Angie's List Guide to Allergy and Immunology

How Much Do Allergy Shots Cost?

How Allergy Sufferers Can Cope With Peak Ragweed Season in D.C.

About this Experts Contributor: Dr. Scott Phillips is an allergist with the Center for Ear, Nose, Throat and Allergy, providing allergy and immunology services in Indianapolis. Dr. Phillips specializes in nasal health, including allergy disorders and graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine.

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